Are eSports The Future of Entertainment?

April 11, 2016

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Competitive video-gaming, or eSports, is a growing cultural phenomenon tied to a shift in the way people socialize video games and consumer technology. It has all the trademarks of professional athletics – TV deals, teams, sponsorships, fans, big prize money, and cults of celebrity for top players. The cultural reach of eSports extends far beyond the stadiums they fill with fans.

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